Procedure for testing , Accounting Basics

 What is procedure for testing after implementation as functional consultant?

Ans) Testing involves a step by step check of several transactions configured in the SAP system.

Example: In case of MM we require to check say if the purchase cycle is working in the system as it is in actual business scenario i.e. whether it is generating PRs,RFQ,PO,GI,LIV properly and there is no errors during transactions.

 

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